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The Isabel Bader Theatre, Victoria University, Toronto, ON
Toronto, Ontario M5S
Lecture 3 Topic:
Genesis: Cain & Abel/The Flood & The Tower
The Psychological Significance of the Biblical Stories is a 12-Part Lecture Series by Jordan B. Peterson.
Doors Open: 19:00
Lecture time: 19:30-21:30
Question Period: 21:30-22:00
Season tickets are currently on sale for $300+HST for the entire lecture series. Individual tickets will go be available May 1st.
These lectures will be held weekly from May 16th to August 15th (excluding June 6th and July 11th).
The Bible is a series of books written, edited and assembled over thousands of years. It contains the most influential stories of mankind. Knowledge of those stories is essential to a deep understanding of Western culture, which is in turn vital to proper psychological health (as human beings are cultural animals) and societal stability. These stories are neither history, as we commonly conceive it, nor empirical science. Instead, they are investigations into the structure of Being itself and calls to action within that Being. They have deep psychological significance. This lecture series, starting with the very first book, will constitute an analysis of that significance.